[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> we begin with the first report. two of the troopers had water balloons turn at at them. the prankster was justin bieber. >> they obtained video of the incident. that is before in the sold-out concert in the of not heard the name justin bieber, just ask any teenager in see what happens but if he is not charged with a crime. he is accused with a criminal act. we have the very latest. >> the state troopers were working crowd control for the singer before his show. the video was shot on the cellphone of a police officer who was also backstage. according to police, the video is a teenager singing sensation
before his state fair performance. he ran up to a maryland state trooper and threw a water volume. two troopers were hit by balloons. indeed video, you can hear someone saying "you are going to get locked up." they are still gathering information about the incident. no charges have been filed. the lopper forcers the second to greet assault charges are possible but not likely. >> it anybody, a celebrity or otherwise, there is a water balloon at a police officer they are probably in for some real talking to and several yelling at. i would be surprised if they were actually prosecuted. >> justin bieber perform before a sold-out crowd the night the video was shot.
the story about the incident has been reported on interbanentertt side. representatives have made no comments. he is not getting any special treatment. >> my theory is if they are not one to prosecute because it is justin bieber. technically, if it is a crime. to most people, it is as they try elders, stupid, you sure as heck should know better spring. >> justin bieber is 16 years old. he would not face criminal charges but would be charged as a juvenile. >> state police are not investigating the incident. they are gathering information. yesterday, we asked our viewers what they think about it. should he face criminal charges? 700 of you weighed in.
78% said yes he should face charges. >> now today's bush in california. we brought you breaking news last night. horrifying images. deadly fires continue to rage parody suburb of san bruno. a host of federal agencies are involved. 160 homes are destroyed or damaged, 15 acres charred. more people confirmed dead. hell on earth. that this house some describe the blast that shot flames hundreds of feet into the air. fueled by a ruptured gas line, an explosion so violent it should the earth upon the >> i thought you are having an
earthquake. >> as a gem from house to house, firefighters faced exploding gas lines. >> we cannot put it out without the supply. >> flames dropped. by dawn, and the fire was mostly contained. more than 50 others were injured. some critically. the question is, what happened? the local gas company says when the gas was 50 years old, it likely rector. >> we work every day to make sure we are making the integrity of the system. >> people were stunned. they hoped for answers. >> 2000 factories were allowed to return home as crews battled it. be prepared to flee again.
winds are expected to pick up tonight. power remained out in most places beer officials have a hard time warning anyone who stayed. >> baltimore city is doing with the case of another prisoner who escaped custody. he escaped this afternoon as he is waiting to be transferred the. >> the suspect complaint of a hand injury. he was able to escape out of his hand of thcuffs. william lee lucas ran from officers what he was being transferred to a baltimore city facility. if you know anything about the whereabouts. >> they are preparing for the start of a new trial. opening arguments are set for
monday. jury selection ramped up. the judge said it could last more than a month. one of the issues was a large amount of publicity that went along proposed it you know about the case, it can still be fair? it took as long as we could to get 12 people and four alternates who put aside everything they knew. >> the jury includes eight african-american women and one white male. >> bad it seems early voting is not all that popular.
bis accounts for 77,000 people. the governor took a moment to adjust the low turnout. >> it will grow with every election. the first one was a learning experience for people. it will continue to become more and more widely known in use. >> officials believe early voting will make up about 8% of the votes undercast in the primary. the hot disarrays of the primary is that in the city state attorney. >> they say he is making racially tense statements. >> i am an integral part of this. >> if he was elected, he would
be back. but in her statement in context, as she is speaking to the alliance. >> she is not think and officer should do anything would treat them. i do not know a prosecutor's office in the country that practices that prevent it he was elected, he would be taking us back 60 years. >> he does believe they are purposely injecting race. it acknowledges the racial overtones are hard to ignore. >> it is like we will be there whether they say it for not. it is led to the politicians to walk the fine line. sometimes the men there may be real differences. >> they charged if her opponent
is elected, the city will go ballistic. >> he will be a rubber stamp. >> how bigotry shaped it. since the office has a historical residence for americans. >> it is a very emotional deal, particularly because he was unseated by bill. >> bill switcher played the race card in 1d suite. -- ben won thand won the seat. both candidates are planning to their grass roots support. following a debate, he made a
statement many residents found disrespectful. >> criminal court is like a private school in a high rent district. it is like a public schools in a low rule districts. it is in a context we may be plain to constituents. it might be more racially homogenous. could any time race is injected, it distracts from the issue. regardless of race, people want it safer. a spokesman says to stay clear. this is not advocate a lock them up strategy. his focus on the most violent offenders. >> primary election day this tuesday. it includes a voters guide. you can go to our website wbaltv.com to see canada
profiles and much more. the plan to burn the koran. >> we will take you to the first purple friday of what many will be a can miss season. >> why some pills smokeless tobacco is a bigger threat than cigarettes. >> watching their faces as they watched the videos. they thought that people had done bad things. >> nine years later. hall local high schoolers remember the worst attack ever on american soil. >> it will feel like all this weekend. we may get some much-needed rainfall. i will break down the forecast for you straight ahead.
>> americans had no idea of the
terror that was coming our way. if the september 10, 2001. in a matter of hours, our world would change forever. it stands that a moment that no one will forget. the lasting of images make it impossible. on the eve of the anniversary of 9/11, we went to a high school to ask students about what they remember. >> all we knew is that they brought everyone outside and told as we read going to go home early. >> i came to school in the morning and saw my teacher crying. she did not explain why she was crying. >> the pastor has not arrived
in new york city with a plan to speak. pastor terry jones demanded muslims canceled their plans to build the new mosque near the site of the world trade center. if the plans and i can look, he says he will burn copies of the islamic holy book. the plans were canceled of 1.4 of these put on hold. tonight, it is unclear exactly where things stand. >> the idea that we would burn the sacred texts of someone else's religion is contrary to what this country stands for. >> it is not known whether the plan burning will take place tomorrow. one person did tell the associated press that the event has been postponed and not
canceled. >> in tonight's medical alert, the food and drug administration says the makers of electronic cigarettes that do not have the approval -- of the cigarette are marketed as tools to help people quit smoking. no clinical trials have been shown to be effective or say. they are turning it into a vapor missed. growing concerns over teenagers and smokeless tobacco. the issue is that tobacco is sold in a lot of different flavors and carry nearly the same health risks the cigarettes do. it is virtually undetectable. >> 82 win at know if the kids are using it in class. gainers may not know to think about -- a nurse may not know to think about nicotine is a very
potent substance. like many advocates fear that teenagers who smoke with smokeless tobacco are unaware of the serious risk. they do not view it the same way you a cigarette -- they view a cigarette. >> can you feel it? it is almost here, the moment we have been waiting for since january. the 2010 season is just a few days away. >> today marks the first. freddie of the season. the 2010 campaign starts off with some high hopes. >> on the first purple friday of the new football season, the cheerleaders and a drum line were everywhere. >> we are going oliver baltimore. we are starting out here today and then branching out. then we are going all the way out. >> fans love their ravens.
purple friday's have become a baltimore football tradition. >> we love to see familiar faces. they always come to purple fridays. in makes it all the more exciting. we have a great relationship. >> the most dedicated and i've ever seen for every team. with people that will follow as all day from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 at night. the kind of our promotions. they are excited. the only get support like that here in baltimore. >> this is what we signed up for. we love it. the fans came out to show their support and have a good time. >> the way they have been playing lately, they will go all the way. no doubt about it.
i am looking forward to every game. >> what is it about the reagans? >> they are just go getters. there is so much like the people of baltimore. >> now your instant weather forecast with standard shop. >> it is a great friday night for football. we talk down to 77 degrees today. that is cooler than normal. basically clear skies. it was partly cloudy. all precipitation as well to our west. the cold front is not going to make it through here until saturday night. that is our next that shot a
much-needed rain. it to be a nice start to the weekend. right now we are 70 degrees downtime for downtown. with the clear skies, we will see the temperature drop, especially after midnight. we are seeking a low in the 50's. 77 degrees at the airport. 75 degrees downtown. it is chilling enough for a jacket. and looks like that will be the case when you get tomorrow morning as. tomorrow, plenty of sun statewide for t a nice clear day out in the mountains. some 9 degrees around central maryland. just a little bit cooler as your head across to the eastern shore. no problems if you have boating plans.
waves are only about 1 foot tomorrow. we are just dealing with the approaching front. and headed back, some showers. there is probably no thunder with that. we have a good chance of seeing the rainfall at about noon on sunday. we are getting some decent rain. applicable hang around a 4:00 in the afternoon before we try out. after that, high pressure set up shop. a mixed bag over the weekend. the upper-7's for the first half of next week. >> earlier, we had great games across the region. that is all coming up next in sports.
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i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four years ago. dangerous debt, higher taxes, not enough jobs. we need real leadership to turn this state around. fix the budget -- honestly. grow small businesses -- really. excellent schools -- everywhere. protect the bay -- finally. it's why i'm running. to make the state we love not just good but great. now let's get down to work.
>> the weather offered a not so subtle change. football season and get some of all weather. we start of the baltimore county with a pair of perennial powers. it is always a great crowd. you are pulling this one out. nice pitching. the mavericks are a 14-0. great speed. at the outside is not to be denied.
they made it. duke is a nightmare 29 yards. high-profile victories on night long. he is going the distance apart. in broad neck, a 10-4 struggle. the second quarter, minos corporate.
outsmarts the receiver. forgiving of plenty of sides for the he is running intersection the he breaks free. these prints for the end zone. a recovery. that is it th archbishop -- that is picturesque. brad touches it. a nice team. labette the rumble in. he brings it down 20 yards. j. evans of the middle. he is off to the races. will they can and that.
a touchdown. there are scores around the region. you can go to wbaltv.com. he called them back in january. 22 is picking the brains. the identity of the ravens may be changing along with numbers 5. >> to get over the hump, you need offense. they won one once. they were trying ot win
multiple. you need a good team to do that. >> the orioles have enough offense in detroit. they also had in a pitching and defense. it continues. we need that category. he has been that good. you do not get many chances to swing the bat so you might as well swing hard. 3-1 lead. a 2 run shot. the top 8 following a matt sack by adam jones. he is getting the job done. if the orioles can tack on one more comment they get the victory, 6-3. that is sport.
that is sport. please everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician.
definitely. my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress.
>> it feels a lot more like football weather. >> it does. >> 79 degrees of the another good day to mark. where will start down in the 50's. sunday, a fit chance for some much-needed rain. then we are to step in the upper-and impose a. if you like to see it will mark time, we have it on the
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